Outstanding Facilities – Outstanding Opportunities
The Orbital South Colleges Group, which consists of East Surrey College (Redhill) and John Ruskin College (Croydon), is committed to achieving excellence for all our students. Inspirational teaching and the dedication of all our staff supports the continuing growth of our student success.
We are looking to recruit Learning Support Assistants to provide support to students across a broad spectrum of curriculum subject areas, including; ESOL, KS4, Media, Business, Foundation Learning, and Supported Learning, Hair and Beauty and Caring Services. Learning Support Assistants help the College to provide a quality learning environment with the ultimate aim of raising levels of attainment.
The role will involve working with students with a variety of support needs, including those with emotional and behavioral needs, learning difficulties and those who have disengaged from mainstream education.
These positions will suit highly motivated and dedicated individuals with experience of supporting students in a college or school environment. Candidates must have excellent communication skills, will be qualified to at least level 2 in literacy and numeracy and will have a good level of IT skills. Ideally candidates will hold a qualification in providing learning support or will be willing to obtain this qualification.
Orbital South Colleges Group are committed to Equal Opportunities, encouraging applications from all sectors of the community to reflect our diverse student population. We are also committed to PREVENT and Safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Both College Campus’ are smoke-free zones.
As part of our pre-employment checks, successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS, references will be taken and evidence of all qualifications and awards will also be required before commencement of employment. Failure to do so may lead to offers being withdrawn.
East Surrey College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.